The original entrance arch to Yellowstone.
A hotel in the park where we stayed.
The wing where we stayed was built in 1911. I enjoyed the old-fashioned radiators and light switches and sinks. Having the bathroom down the hall was slightly less exciting, but do-able.
A detail from a wooden inlay map mural from the aptly named Map Room at the hotel.
I never knew the army used to take care of the park. That was in the days before park rangers.
The officers' houses lined up all nice and neat, with their matching chimneys and trees and lawns and flags.